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2008
Melnick, Gerald,  Wexler, Harry K.,  Cleland, Charles M. Client consensus on beliefs about abstinence: Effects on substance abuse treatment outcomes. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 93, (1-2), 30-37.
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2009
Melnick, Gerald,  Wexler, Harry K.,  Chaple, Michael,  Cleland, Charles M. Constructive conflict and staff consensus in substance abuse treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 36, (2), 174-182.
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2006
Melnick, Gerald,  Wexler, Harry K.,  Chaple, Michael,  Banks, Steven . The contribution of consensus within staff and client groups as well as concordance between staff and clients to treatment engagement. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 31, (3), 277-285.
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2009
Fletcher, Bennett W.,  Lehman, Wayne E.K.,  Wexler, Harry K.,  Melnick, Gerald,  Taxman, Faye S.,  Young, Douglas W. Measuring collaboration and integration activities in criminal justice and substance abuse treatment agencies. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 103, (1), S54-S64.
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2007
Cropsey, Karen L.,  Wexler, Harry K.,  Melnick, Gerald,  Taxman, Faye S.,  Young, Douglas W. Specialized prisons and services: Results from a national survey. Prison Journal. 87, (1), 58-85.
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2008
Belenko, Steven,  Taxman, Faye S.,  Wexler, Harry K. Technology transfer of evidence-based practice in substance abuse treatment in community corrections settings. white paper.
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2009
Melnick, Gerald,  Ulaszek, Wendy R.,  Lin, Hsiu-Ju,  Wexler, Harry K. When goals diverge: Staff consensus and the organizational climate. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 103, (1), S17-S22.
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